34 Facts About Apocalypse Twins


Apocalypse Twins is the heir of the Worthington family fortune, and this privileged background results in Warren being stereotyped as self-absorbed and unable to deal with hardships during his early years with the X-Men.

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Apocalypse Twins later joined Magneto's more militant X-Men team in Uncanny X-Men and an international strike force in Astonishing X-Men after his memory was restored.

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Apocalypse Twins was made the CXO of Krakoa's new X-Corp and appeared in the mini-series Empyre: X-Men and X-Corp.

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Apocalypse Twins attends Phillips Exeter Academy in his adolescence when his feathered wings begin to grow from his shoulder blades.

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Apocalypse Twins dons a mask and costume, calls himself the Avenging Angel, and becomes a solo adventurer, before being recruited by Professor Charles Xavier for the X-Men.

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Apocalypse Twins would have remained dead if not for the "Creator", who is Magneto without his costume.

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Apocalypse Twins grows increasingly disturbed by the behavior and actions of Wolverine, and quits the team in protest.

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Apocalypse Twins is kidnapped by the Morlock leader Callisto, who intends to force Angel to be her lover.

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Apocalypse Twins offers to restore Angel's wings if Angel will serve him as one of his Four Horsemen.

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Apocalypse Twins makes Worthington the leader of his Horsemen after Worthington beats the others in a fight, and gives him a drug that remove his reservations to follow Apocalypse's dark plans.

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Apocalypse Twins seeks out Candy Southern, but finds that she is missing.

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Apocalypse Twins is later part of the team who is looking for former Acolytes.

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Apocalypse Twins is next seen part of the same team, but attacking the Marauders.

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Apocalypse Twins lost leadership of Worthington Industries and became a student in Wolverine's new school for mutants.

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Evan asked him what he saw when he looked at him and despite seeing only the image of Apocalypse Twins, Warren told him that he could see nothing but goodness in him.

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Apocalypse Twins returned to join the X-Men, the Avengers and Nova against Cyclops, and has since regained all of his memories.

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Apocalypse Twins's mind had changed, having become nothing more than a silent and mindless predator controlled by Psylocke.

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Apocalypse Twins gets into a fight with Fantomex, who was sent by Magneto as back-up with Mystique, who herself freed Magneto.

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Apocalypse Twins swore off all violence and returned with Magneto's X-Men to their base in the Savage Land.

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Apocalypse Twins's wings have superhuman strength, and they have a very flexible skeletal structure that enables him to press them to the back of his torso and legs with only the slightest bulge visible under his clothing.

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Apocalypse Twins's bones are hollow, his body processes food much more efficiently than a normal human body and does not store any excess fat, and he possesses a greater proportionate muscle mass than normal.

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Apocalypse Twins has undergone heavy training with Professor X, especially in mastering his flight indoors.

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Apocalypse Twins has demonstrated superior agility, flexibility, reflexes, coordination, and balance while flying, and has been shown defeating superbeings much faster than him by dodging them and having them smash against the ground or a wall at full speed.

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Apocalypse Twins is trained in hand-to-hand combat at Xavier's school; while dating Psylocke, he receives a considerable amount of martial arts instruction.

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Apocalypse Twins is nearly immune to injury because his healing blood is constantly flowing through him.

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Apocalypse Twins joins the New York City Police and his old friend Iceman to protect the world-altering Torch of the city against the forces of Mephisto.

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Apocalypse Twins is actually placed in the Panoptichron gallery of fallen Exiles.

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Apocalypse Twins participates in a zombie attack on the castle of Doctor Doom.

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Apocalypse Twins later appears in Marvel Zombies 3 when he attacks Jocasta, Ultron and Machine Man, but he is killed soon after.

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Apocalypse Twins is one of the very few surviving heroes after the combined attack of the Goblin Force controlled Beyonder and the revived Dracula.

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Apocalypse Twins makes one final appearance at the end of the series, when Doctor Strange summons the Fallen, along with Xavier, Reed Richards, and others to help Alex prepare for his battle with the Beyonder.

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Apocalypse Twins is seen as a member of Colossus' enhanced team, his appearance drastically altered through the use of Banshee, the Ultimate version of Mutant Growth Hormone, resulting in Warren having an eagle-like head and feathered upper torso.

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Apocalypse Twins has heightened strength, speed, agility, reflexes, coordination, balance, endurance, and eyesight.

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The issue concluded with Archangel clashing with Apocalypse Twins to determine whether he was worthy of survival, Apocalypse Twins feeling that Archangel had gone too far as he would have judged some of Archangel's victims as worth surviving.

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